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Instagramer narra y documenta la superación de su anorexia

Redacción jue 08 mar 2018 18:00
Foto propiedad de: @my_life_without_ana

Sin duda, toda una guerrera que ahora goza y acepta su cuerpo.

La anorexia es un problema latente que afecta a millones de jóvenes de todo el mundo. El miedo que viven éstas jóvenes, muchas veces, no queda claro para quien no la padece. Sin embargo, las historias de las personas que logran salir de este infierno sirve de inspiración a todas aquellas o aquellos que se encuentran enjaulados en las garras de la anorexia.

Tal es el caso de Conni Inglis, una joven inglesa de 23 años, que durante muchos años sufrió de anorexia, pero que lo superó. Hoy, a pesar de haber sufrido la enfermedad por más de 10 años y haber sido hospitalizada en varias ocasiones, ha logrado superar y documentar su dura experiencia a través de  Instagram para inspirar a miles de personas siguen su cuenta o conocen su historia.

January 23rd 2016- January 23rd 2017 💙 💙 Firstly I want to say this is not a look how skinny I was or look how well I've done post. This is to hopefully show you that no matter how lost you are in your own head, it is possible to escape! It is possible to find happiness again!!! 💙 💙 Secondly you do not have to be this shape, size colour or gender for your struggles to matter! You are always deserving of help if you are struggling!!! 💙 💙 It's a year ago today since I was sectioned under the mental health act. I was so ill I was doing everything I could think of to not take in ANYTHING. I had given up. My eating disorder had taken over and I wanted to die. So I was sectioned and forced to get better. I was put on an ng tube. I was forced to watch as the scale went up every week and I could do nothing about it. (Not that I didn't try) I hated everyone who put me through that! I was on drugs that put me out so I wouldn't hurt myself or anyone else. This time last year I was a mess. 💙 But the people I loved stayed by me. My best friends and my boyfriend came to see me all the time and my parents where there every day. They where there to remind me to try. So I did. Eventually I asked my boyfriend if it was ok if I ate, he told me I should. For the first time in my life I realised that I loved these people more than my ed. so I fought, I fought like hell!!! 💙 💙 I'm not telling you this for sympathy or to diminish anyone's struggles, (everyone's struggle is valid!!! No matter how long it takes!!) I was in this for 10 years before I got out. But I want you to know that it is possible!!!!! No not all my problems have gone away. Yes I still have the thoughts. But I am strong enough now to resist! Keep going! You can get through this hell and I will be with you every step of the way!!! We can do this together!!!! 💙💛💜 (I don't want to answer any questions about weight) #positivebeatsperfect

Una publicación compartida por Connie💜🦄 (@my_life_without_ana) el

A lo largo de los meses, Conni logra retratar la increíble transformación de su cuerpo luego de haber sido sometida a un tratamiento que, por convicción, logró completar con éxito.  Sin duda, toda una guerrera que goza  ahora y acepta su cuerpo.

Yay for unflattering angles!!! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 The picture on the left in my view of my body when I sit down. I know I'm not big but when I used to look down at myself all I used to see was imperfections. Small boobs, Belly folds, cellulite, little muffin top, thighs touching. But my least favourite part of me has always been my tummy. I wanted it to be perfect and flat. I wanted to look like the girls I used to idolise but it never happened no matter what I tried. I exercised, ate 'clean' did every fad diet you can think of. Got down to a very low weight but I still had my tummy! What I never realised was that even the women I looked up too still had 'imperfections'! 💕 💕 But here are some things I've learnt; •Women naturally have more body fat then men, evolutionarily preparing us to support life. (Not that you have to!!) •90% of women have cellulite! It's natural!!! •small boobs are beautiful too! (So are all boobs!!!!!) •a thigh gap is dependent on the size of your hips not your weight • your worth as a person is NOT determined by your weight! • tummies fold when you sit down. It doesn't matter what size you are!!! • so many people grow up hating their bodies because we're told we need to be fixed • this is a lie! Your body is not the problem! 💕 💕 And yeah I still look down at myself sometimes and can't stand it but when that happens I remember these things! 👆🏻👆🏻 and I #embracethesquish and love my natural body. Because the pursuit of a perfect body never made me happy. Accepting me for me did!!! So happy Saturday beautiful people and remember you are beautiful no matter what! 💕💕💕 #selflovebootcamp #cellulitesaturday #positivebeatsperfect

Una publicación compartida por Connie💜🦄 (@my_life_without_ana) el

Recovering from an eating disorder is the hardest thing I've ever had to do. Anorexia has taken over so much of my life. I've been struggling with it for nearly 10 years. There is 8 years between these photos and in that time I have restored weight and relapsed countless times. I have tormented myself mentally and physically. I told myself I was useless, ugly, horrible and unworthy of a good life. I have hated my body. I've starved it, I've hurt it and I've left unmeasurable damage. But not anymore. I will not bully myself anymore. I do still get those urges. The urge to be thinner, to punish myself. But I know that if I give in I would lose so much more than weight. I would lose my friends, my boyfriend, my love of art and photography, my desire to be alive and most of all I would lose myself. But I have come so far in the time between these pictures. I have learnt so much about myself and I've grown into a woman I am proud to be. I have finally realised that I am worthy. It doesn't matter what I look like or what the number on the scale says. It only matters that I grab my life and I enjoy it. Have fun with my friends, love uni, love my boyfriend. BE HAPPY! 'Bullying takes many forms- sometimes you have to protect you from yourself. Love yourself. Your worth it!' ♥️♥️♥️ #edcommunity#eatingdisorder#anawho#fuckana#prorecovery#depressed#anxiety#edworrior#edarmy#edfamiliy#realrecovery#mentalillness#edfam#recoveryispossible#anorexianervosa#fuckanorexia#nourishtoflorish#nourishnotpunish#nourishyourbody#fighting#foodblogger#2fab4ana#bodypositive#transformationthursday#beautiful#pisitive#bodyposi#keepgoing#loveyourself

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